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Forgotten slang from your childhood


Every once in a while a word or phrase from when I was growing up will pop into my head and I'll use it in an e-mail to my brother. It always cracks him up.
Today, for no apparent reason, the phrase "making butt" (for making a fool of yourself) popped into my head. Does anyone remember that one?

I also remember "gelled" for messing up . . . "dude, I totally gelled"
"Bagger" was a term for a loser / geek, as in someone is such a dweeb they carry their weed in a brown paper bag.

Someone who was "picked out" had a lot of acne.

If you had eaten a lot, you "mowed".

Whatever happened to "pud" and "nards"?

So, what no longer used phrases do you all remember?
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"scooping"=making out (teen in early '90s)
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Oooh, that sounds vaguely familiar. Kind of the next iteration of "what a burn!"
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Nards, yep.

Kipe, for steal or swipe. (Still think it's funny to see "please swipe card.")

Horse ockies, for, well, horse biscuits.
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What does it mean?
I dunno, I forgot.

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Oh, and "dookie" was dog shit, which then led us to call the part of our backyard where the dog did his business "dookieland", which ever after led us to refer to the Movieland Wax Museum as "Dookieland Wax Museum".
Is that where Green Day got their album title from?
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If you'd brought a packed lunch to school (rather than going home, or to the cafeteria) you were "going packies". I doubt it's used nowadays, given it sounds like a racist term for Asians in the UK.
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I remember lots of slang from my childhood actually:

Zinter - someone who wore old dirty clothes all the time, eg: Corey, why are you always such a zinter?

Plussy - quality of being attractive or wanted, eg: Dude, those new shoes are fucking plussy!

The Colonel - nick name for authority, police, government, eg: Fucking Colonel pulled me over last night for speeding.

Tilling - the act of hiding things for retrieval later, eg: Quick, till that weed man before we get caught!

Pincer - guy who gets a lot of action, eg: John banged 3 girls last weekend the lucky pincer!

450 - A large amount, a zillion, eg: He must have like 450 porno mags in his closet I swear. (I have no idea why it was 450 honestly... just was)
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This is very specific to the city I grew up in, Birmingham (UK).

Bostin, meaning brilliant, great, eg. 'Duran Duran are bostin' (that dates me).
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This is very specific to the city I grew up in, Birmingham (UK).

Bostin, meaning brilliant, great, eg. 'Duran Duran are bostin' (that dates me).
I'll have to ask my boyfriend about that one (he grew up in Wolverhampton). One that he says, which may be from a movie or something, is, when I eat peanut butter he calls it "Biafra's cack". It's gross, but as far as slang goes it is Bostin
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Nards, yep.

Kipe, for steal or swipe. (Still think it's funny to see "please swipe card.")

Horse ockies, for, well, horse biscuits.
I remember kipe. I may have to reintroduce that one.
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This. And if you were pointing out to a friend that he was moded, you would tell him to "scratch your neck".

Southern California, circa 1981.
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I remember kipe. I may have to reintroduce that one.
I had never heard kipe before until a co-worker used it quite a bit but in situations where I was never able to ask her the meaning... and it always sounded more like "kyke." So it freaked me out.

"We're just going to go in and see if we can kipe some seats."

One day I heard it as KIPE.
I think I just searched "kipe" to see if that's what it was. Its nordic in origin I think.
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I haven't heard/used "make butt" since the late 70s/early 80s.
That went out about the same time as "bitchin' " and "radical" as synonyms for cool. I still hear "gnarly" coming from the local skatepunks.
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:34 PM
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"Hot doggin'." (Showing off.) Cool basically around the time of mid '50s Fords and Chevrolettes.
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:44 PM
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Late 70's early 80's. A good looking guy or girl was a fox. "He's such a fox!" An unattractive guy or girl was a dog. A cigarette was a vid. "Lemme bum a vid." If a guy wanted a girl to be his girlfriend, he ask her, "Will you go with me?" I don't know where they were supposed to be going , but whatever.
One that we had just for our local group. If you were at a party for example and some person is mingling with you, but they won't let you leave and are hogging the whole conversation. Plus, they're a bit on the weird side. If one of your friends walks by, you get their attention by singing the beginning if the Immigrant Song. The screaming part, not when the lyrics start. that was the clue that you needed saving from a weird guy. My friend would com over, talk for a minute, then make an excuse why we ha to leave. I known it was mean, but we were teenagers.
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I haven't heard/used "make butt" since the late 70s/early 80s.
That went out about the same time as "bitchin' " and "radical" as synonyms for cool. I still hear "gnarly" coming from the local skatepunks.
I see you list "Hollywood Riviera" as your location. For me, that in itself qualifies as a long forgotten term ( nobody but those who live/ lived there know the term, AFAIK, and I haven't lived there in 20+ years). Did you grow up there?
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Doggish = Mean/nasty/cold. usually used like "Man the way she broke up with him with a text from her new boyfriends phone, that shit was doggish"
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Joan= Insult, as in an insult contest like a "yo momma so fat" contest.

"Oh, man, he just joaned on you!"

Urban Dictionary tells me it stands for: "Joked On a Nig***."

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"Face!" While spreading your palm in front of your face. It meant "burned," "gotcha'," etc.
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Hoser (Made popular by Bob and Doug McKenzie) = idiot, dweeb
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"gitch" for "underwear"
"dube" for "condom"
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We used to say "Dang-ee!" The "ee" was for extra emphasis on the "dang." This was grade school, btw.

"Psych!" (Or "Sike!" Not sure how it was spelled)
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"Chav", which shot to prominence in the past few years to refer to, well, these sort of people, was in common use at my school in the late 1980s but with a rather different meaning. It was basically synonymous with "pikey", as in a non-PC word for a gypsy, or anyone a bit poor and smelly that you didn't want to be associated with. "Chavvy" meant "cheap and poor quality", and "chav" (chavs, chavving, chavved) was a verb meaning "to steal", as in "Some pikey's chavved my bike!" "Chaw" (or maybe "chor") was a similar verb.

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I’ve got some that my brother and I picked up from our stepsibs. The four of us used them, I don’t know if anyone else ever did. These perfectly cromulent words are still part of our vocabulary today.

Ricker – a shitstain. We near about died when we saw that episode of Silver Spoons where little Ricky Schroeder introduced himself to some girl with, “They call me…The Ricker.”

Beef – a fart, or to fart. Yes, shitstains and farts, that’s what we talked about. “Beef” was good because it came up in other people’s ordinary conversations so frequently, to our delight. We particularly enjoyed Winn Dixie’s ad, “We’re the Beef People”.

Mounge – to devour. “Oh man, Sarah mounged on those fucking Cheetos!”
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Douche: the sponge on a stick device used to wash dishes. One of my nephews heard the word "douche" and asked Uncle Kayaker what the word meant. I was in the kitchen, so I picked up the sponge-on-a-stick and told him it was a douche.

His older brothers were there and played along. It is now a family tradition to call that thing a douche.
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"gitch" for "underwear"
"dube" for "condom"
Are you from Western Canada?

I'll add:
"skid" -- the kind of guy in high school who would hang around the smoking area with long hair and a KISS jean jacket.
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Are you from Western Canada?
This was Northern Ontario, where jelly-filled donuts were called jam-busters!

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Something bad was "hogus". A derivative of "bogus".

As in, "Stop bogarting that joint - so hogus, dude!"

Something really bad was "stogus". Or even "stogatious".

As in, "while my bro was bogarting the joint, the pigs came and busted both of us. A totally stogatious situation!".
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In our high school (ca. 1970), juvenile delinquent types were known as "greasers".
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The only one I can remember was sped - alluding to kids in the Special Ed classes. So if you wanted to tell a friend to stop acting like an idiot, you'd say "Don't be such a sped!" One of my sisters still says that - apart from her, I haven't heard anyone use the term in over 40 years...
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This. And if you were pointing out to a friend that he was moded, you would tell him to "scratch your neck".

Southern California, circa 1981.
*dies laughing*

Yes! Where, oh where, did the "scratch your neck" part come from? And then if we wanted to put extras on it (that is, go for the dramatics), or if the person was especially moded, we'd tack on useless insults like, "Scratch your stupid, dirty neck!" The stupid part was optional, but the neck was most commonly referred to as dirty. We would also say "You're moded, corroded, your booty exploded." Oh man, kids are so freaking silly.

So after having typed this, I guess the neck scratching bit comes from the dramatic affectation of looking down in embarrassment, loosening one's collar, scratching the back of the neck, etc, when someone feels stupid. Never thought of that. In any case, good times!
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Rain pants. When someone's pant legs were too short we would say, "Hey, you expecting a flood? You're wearing rain pants"

I made the mistake of saying this to my Grade 8 teacher. In front of the class. His pant cuffs were a little too high and I thought we'd all laugh. He was not amused. He must have thought there was some sexual connotation to "rain pants" (wherever would he get that idea?) and he lit into me with a tongue lashing I've never forgotten.
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Oh, and "dookie" was dog shit, which then led us to call the part of our backyard where the dog did his business "dookieland", which ever after led us to refer to the Movieland Wax Museum as "Dookieland Wax Museum".
Is that where Green Day got their album title from?
I think it is. The front cover has what looks like a giant dookie floating in the sky like a blimp.
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In our high school (ca. 1970), juvenile delinquent types were known as "greasers".
That was big at my high school too. The preppy rich kids were "Socs" pronounced "soshes". I believe both came from the S.E. Hinton book The Outsiders which was required reading in English classes.
In grade school, to steal something was to "crock" it.
If you were ready to leave you'd say "Let's book!" (This is in high school) I think I read later that one originated with GIs in the Vietnam War.
Where I lived "Let's party" or "Do you party" refered strictly to smoking pot.

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I remember back in the mid to late 80s/early 90s (possibly before then, but I was born in '80) "decent" being used in the same sense as "awesome." Also "bird" was used as a slang term for penis.
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I remember back in the mid to late 80s/early 90s (possibly before then, but I was born in '80) "decent" being used in the same sense as "awesome." Also "bird" was used as a slang term for penis.
DEEEEEEscent! nodding slowly, nonchalantly.
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Small town in Illinois - in high school the term for a blow job was "moke".

Today's "Nerds" would be referred to as "Dorks". If they touched you, you could also get "cooties" from "Dorks".




May I take a minute to say that in our school system, kids with Downs Syndrome would stick with their age group from Kindergarten all the way through high school. This meant that those kids with special needs were always in your classes (at least for part of the day) your entire life. Because of this, I never ONCE remember any of the kids in our school making fun of "retards" or anything of the like - we all felt sort of protective of those kids we had grown up with. I wonder if they still allow those kids to go through the school system like that today - in retrospect, a very wise decision.
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I see you list "Hollywood Riviera" as your location. For me, that in itself qualifies as a long forgotten term ( nobody but those who live/ lived there know the term, AFAIK, and I haven't lived there in 20+ years). Did you grow up there?
No, I grew up a few miles north, in what Realtors and absolutely nobody else calls "Golden Hills". We always just called it "the part of north Redondo south of Aviation". I'd never heard the term "Hollywood Riviera" until I started looking at apartments after college. I only knew of Riviera Village, which was "the shopping area down by RAT Beach"

"Getting cultured" was slang for getting drunk, but that was only among a small group of friends who were present when the phrase was coined.
I don't think I've heard "fresh" since the early 90s.
"Mondo" was another general purpose intensifier - "That was a mondo screwup, dude."
"Scrode" or "scroad" was an ugly girl. "Skank" was a slutty girl.
There were also some racist ones that have thankfully disappeared, like "beaner".
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Here is one prompted by this thread, I heard it in the mid 70's in central Oregon.

Jockey boxing; stealing whatever was in the jockey box (glove box) in an unlocked car.

I haven't thought of that one in years.

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No, I grew up a few miles north, in what Realtors and absolutely nobody else calls "Golden Hills". We always just called it "the part of north Redondo south of Aviation". I'd never heard the term "Hollywood Riviera" until I started looking at apartments after college. I only knew of Riviera Village, which was "the shopping area down by RAT Beach"

"Getting cultured" was slang for getting drunk, but that was only among a small group of friends who were present when the phrase was coined.
I don't think I've heard "fresh" since the early 90s.
"Mondo" was another general purpose intensifier - "That was a mondo screwup, dude."
"Scrode" or "scroad" was an ugly girl. "Skank" was a slutty girl.
There were also some racist ones that have thankfully disappeared, like "beaner".
Oh, a Falcon!(?)

I haven't thought of "beaner" in years. Not many of Mexican descent here. Speaking of racist terms (and reverting back to stoner speak) if you passed a joint that was wet with your saliva you had "nigger lipped" it. And yes, our group included black kids and they used the term also.
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I remember kipe, but that was back in the late 1960s.

I never heard of this anywhere else, but back around 1962 or so (4th grade), if somebody wanted to make fun of another because they made a mistake or said something stupid, the antagonist would say "Gobble, gobble!"
It was the equivalent of Nelson on "The Simpsons" of saying "Ha Ha!"

Also back in grade school and junior high (1964-1967), an ugly girl was a "skag"'.
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